Mandar Parvat is a small mountain of a height of about 700 ft high. The mountain is widely known as Mandar Hill. There are two temples on the top of the hill belonging to Hinduism and Jainism followers. The mountain has a revered standing in Hindu mythology, and it was this hill that was used for churning the ocean to extract the nectar from its bosom, Samudra Manthan.
Also, adjacent to Mandar Parvat is a pond called "Paapharni". There is a small temple at the middle of the pond.